Spelling Rules in French Part 1 With The Magicians - Semester Long Flex Course
This course focuses on learning how to master fundamental spelling rules in French to improve writing skill. For French Immersion School students or French speakers from Grade 2-6. Flex Course doesn't meet live.
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How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This is a Flex Course in French for Grade 2 to Grade 6 students or French speakers. This course is designed to cover the fundamental spelling rules in French (part 1) to write with almost any spelling mistake for an elementary school level student (see the schedule below). Each week the students will be asked to watch prerecorded videos to learn and practice a spelling rule with me. There will be activities to complete in order to put into practice the weekly content with answer key. This is...
This class is taught in French.
What will your child learn ? 1. Master the role and the utility of spelling signs in French 2. Master the exclusive consonants spelling rules (g, c, s and m) 3. Master the silent letter spelling rules (e, d, g...) 4. Master the complex graphemes spelling rules (tion, sion, ph, ch...) 5. Expand French vocabulary words 6. Improve reading fluency and writing skill In only 6 classes, my student will master the spelling rules listed above.These are the most common spelling mistakes made by elementary school students during their final writing exam (Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur, here in Quebec) each year. Please note that each of my student would need to pass an evaluation test before enrolling my class.
I teach French as a second or third language to elementary private school immigrant students and Francophones (as an orthopédagogue) here in Quebec, Montreal. Most of my students need to learn how to write in a short notice to quickly adapt to their new academic and social environment. Therefore, I have developed a simple and efficient way to learn how to write in French. My method is not only efficient but also fun for kids. I have designed all the educational material for this program including teaching methods that I am currently sharing with other educators here in Quebec province. Learning how to express oneself in a language is opening the door of multiple opportunities to not only discover new knowledge but also to bond with others. I am very happy to contribute to this opportunity.
Each week, there will be activities (game) to complete for each completed spelling rules (there 6 in total). You will receive the instructions at the beginning of each week and the answer key will be provided as well.
The material (activities) needs to be printed out and the learning kit (memory aids provided) installed on a smart pad or printed out. Some accessories might be involved for several of my games (optional). The material will be posted at least 5 days before the week begins. Please note that there are some weeks where the material will be provided for two weeks in one time (you can refer to the class listing).
Each week, there will be interactive quizzes to complete (a link will be shared into the classroom forum). Once the deadline will passed the quizzes of the week will automatically closed. A final spelling challenge will have to be completed during the last week in order to receive individual feedback from the teacher.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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